The B&Q Bingham Fractional Engine is a centrifugal pumping system.
It works by drawing air from a cylinder to a pump that distributes it to various chambers.
The air is pumped into the engine, where it is compressed and released back into the atmosphere.
The engine is designed to operate at a speed of up to 10,000 rpm, which is a lot faster than the current top speed of the combustion engine.
The BN is also designed to be environmentally friendly, with no energy being emitted in the process.
The technology is still in development, and it’s possible that the engine will become a viable alternative to petrol engines, but until then, you can see the Binghans engines in action here.